Flares usually signal danger but for the pitch-invading Huddersfield fans they are a sign of hope. They are one game away from a Premier League return after Jordan Rhodes came off the bench to score his fourth and most significant goal of the season to send them into the Championship playoff final at Luton’s expense.
Isle of Wight doctor and family man dies at 82 Tributes have been paid following the death of Dr John Smith, at the age of 82. John, who had retired as a consultant in chemical pathology and metabolic medicine at St Mary’s Hospital, Isle of Wight, died peacefully in his sleep on May 3.
Bradley’s goal ensured the Hatters go into the John Smith’s Stadium decider on level terms. Skipper Sonny Bradley has urged Luton to “throw everything at it” as they attempt to edge past Huddersfield and into the Sky Bet Championship play-off final. The Hatters head for the John Smith’s Stadium on Monday evening having emerged from Friday’s first leg with a 1-1 draw – a result with which the Terriers will have been the happier.
Huddersfield Town 1-0 Luton Town (agg 2-1): Jordan Rhodes goal sends Terriers into Championship play-off final
Jordan Rhodes scored a late winner to send Huddersfield Town into the Championship play-off final with a 2-1 aggregate victory over Luton Town. The visitors dominated the first half, but Harry Cornick shot straight at Terriers goalkeeper Lee Nicholls from just six yards out. Cornick was thwarted by Nicholls again after the break.
Carlisle man denies 'Vagrancy Act' offence A CARLISLE man has denied stealing electrical goods from Carlisle’s recycling centre at Bousteads Grassing. Kelvin Dixon, of Boundary Road, Currock, is accused of a “theft by finding” on December 21 last year, allegedly stealing electrical goods of unknown value which belonged to Carlisle City Council.
Local people maybe able to enjoy a sneak peek of the flypast due to take place to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. A large formation of military aircraft will form the flypast, which will fly over Buckingham Palace in London on June 2. However, ahead of the big day pilots and their aircraft will be in the skies rehearsing for the flypast.
Sheila and John Smith both served as Lord Mayor A former Manchester councillor who served as the city's Lord Mayor before her husband took on the very same role seven years later has died aged 87. Described as a 'pillar of the community', Sheila Smith, who represented Openshaw at Manchester council for 12 years, died at home on April 29.
Call me cynical, but I think there’s more to Sir Keir Starmer’s honourable stance on ‘beergate’ than we’re giving him credit for, I suspect there might be a game of double, even triple or quadruple, bluff afoot. Starmer is a decent, dependable, usually diligent Labour leader, but must acknowledge himself that he’s never going to set the world on fire.
Our Terriers writer took to the pitch at the John Smith's Stadium at the interval during the final day of the season to try and beat from the spot Terry the Terrier Dizzy penalties are as much of a Huddersfield institution as Marston’s Chicken Shop and a peculiar but delightful pronunciation of the word ‘love’.
The final day of the regular season is here then, what can Town can expect from Bristol City before they play the game that really matters a few days later. Huddersfield Town’s regular season ends with a visit to the John Smith’s Stadium by Bristol City and there is still a little bit on the line despite outward appearances.
A new fleet of electric freight locomotives is set to arrive in the UK later this decade and could be hauling trains to and from Felixstowe port from 2025. The 30 new Class 99 locomotives have been ordered by GB Railfreight, one of three operators to use the port, and would replace the company's current fleet of diesel locomotives.
Police confiscated off-road motorbikes from a man and a woman, who were driving them on a footpath in Edinburgh Ross Munro You need to give these people somewhere to go. If you give them places to actually go, you can control what happens there better and it’s safer for everyone.
Manager needs to be backed over summer to stop us treading water yet again next season, says PNE fan John Smith
After what has been a rather a dull season with very little excitement, it came as something of a relief that Saturday's trip to Barnsley was the last away one of the current campaign. While there had been the odd moment of elation on the road during wins at Bournemouth, Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion, I was travel weary and had been ready to don the flip flops and head for the beach weeks ago.
THE hustings for Tweeddale West candidates took place at Peebles Burgh Hall on Tuesday. Around 40 members of the public attended the event which was organised by the town's community council and chaired by Reverend Calum Macdougall. Every candidate was invited and four turned up to explain why they were standing and to face questions from the audience.
1607: Captain John Smith landed at Cape Henry, Virginia, with the first group of colonists who would establish a permanent English settlement in America. 1665: The Great Plague of London began. 1872: Civil war broke out in Spain. 1921: Motorcycle police patrols went on duty for the first time in Britain.
Carlos Corberan explains 'special' bond with Huddersfield Town public as he celebrates with baby son
The Terriers boss applauded supporters inside the John Smith's Stadium with his son in his arms after the full-time whistle There was a touching moment after Huddersfield Town’s 2-1 win against Barnsley as Carlos Corberan took to the pitch to applaud the supporters with his baby son in his arms.
Huddersfield Town quiz: Does the John Smith’s Stadium have a bigger or smaller capacity than these 20 stadiums?
Huddersfield Town fans are revelling in the club’s push for promotion this season, with the John Smith’s Stadium hosting a cracking atmosphere as they sense Premier League football might be on the horizon. This latest Football League World quiz centres around the John Smith’s Stadium, matching its capacity (24,121) up to Huddersfield’s Championship rivals.
Nobody knows for certain why Rangers chose to wear blue for the first time in the second game they played, an encounter with Clyde which they won by a resounding 11-0 scoreline, after their formation in 1872. “It has never been determined,” said David Graham, the lifelong Rangers supporter and Ibrox season ticket holder who has co-authored The Rangers Shirt: The Official History with his friend and fellow fan John Smith.
I have often thought the long gruelling Championship football season to be like the Grand National. And if our team was a horse in the prestigious Aintree, event my feeling before the Millwall game was that although we were currently staying on well and on a steady gallop inside the final furlong, we were already destined to be placed in the ‘also ran’ category no matter what would be the outcome of this particular encounter.